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r J ! r. - 4 - J rV.' f, - 1 -m t y;i 4 4 . tv-, jr r 1 - ' V . . ifip..: ,;.- :X .
AJvfrtkllicrtt insert i
Vina 20 OCUIS Vh t - . 7
.ir$ per nmv
jitiji in fldvirori.
it 81 per fcjiacor .lf h4-
i'jtE CUTTING )Y HAM
: V MACHlNIiV-
I'Wnnv use nics&ut few know the a
i M ' . ''t.! t lltnwoiY iinnr. Ihrrt.. or
AUni oi iauo,r, ucri"-" i r J
M nicety of toucbquircd by the work
It VouM ie&n tM machinery lion
Wl not epcrate, "tai u caunoi an
LVnfnrniion on this subject
I . 7 . . ' i' . ... I . I
piUi. Mi Hionarv oi ns,oic., innate
r . ' 1 t : TP . : T i It. i -t a 'l i i n . ' ' "' i , , 1 ; '
. jAMjis,-;. .fi;- -.-.ii:. i-jmmy, . . : ( . new series.
:- v ?-: k n I - i ' a check roa -u. yor m -Tf- ' i ttnas. ja Tins, a2R Mbekty Li - ' 1 ' - I
l or Propnezor,. , . .v S. i ; .s sa- t 1 , Mi nrNT . Cen7. i&rr... ) NUMBER 8. QF VOLUME III. J
l;,vi.:.--yit! ' ) -: ! ? -- ' rt -ii ill-. M,. if'-!tr -.: u mlm 1. . ry '!' - 1 111 .
y mmtmmmmmmmmmmimm'mm-fmmtmmmm'' ' '- i ,ff
(vjilc.pAictliiiiS iriay lc lcarnci
i xtifict wc nivc IjcIow : j
IGENl H0U3T0N.S ?
I ! . , ,!"...
This individual, who has acquired fin
accidental fame; rcmarved, ih.oifo of his;
d from the
Slkancesjnnd wihout their aid few arj-1
tltes of mjchJnl:y could be roduccd.-4-llblahd
oljjwrycshat the use of the file
mbst have prccvlcl every step in the pro
rcss offitiiihinsr.'hrticlcs corh nosed of i-
ahfHtH I in nil; cases where any in
are of the iidcoptandumvxilguschtxttxixtteT,)
that M di$eipUne is not valor." This may
be true-j-and so may Gen. Houston be a
humbugi though he was present irithc ear
ly part o( the battle of San Jacinto, and
reaped the laurels whfch should a!dorn the
. THE NATIONAL FAIR;
closed finally last night at ten o'clock a
grecably to the notice published some
days ago. This great exemplification! of
American ingenuity; projected and prose
cuted under some doubts of its success, has
far more than equalled the highest Hopes
of the patriotic gentlemen! who originated
and carried it forward, i IDurfhsr the en
tire fortnight that it has been open, itsim-,
LL-r.ihnne iireclu.h d tin nnrrntink i row I worW coUeaguein the United; I mense saloons have be-en thronged, by (lay
lV'r?f.i L J : iJn.;;)L. ' " I J: Mate fiate,
file must have preceded it; and refers , an toV? lm
lfirn,; .ion nf hi, o,,iiob, to the firA ; YTt
... i'.m.u,,, .- Ar , it J ! 1 -.1 ., ' . t
iJ'i .ri.ti.l v; ; .-. ;,, whirl. vvlJ mere is no roan more con wmi tne most compi
11; ..i. ...i .... .t... ,,,t w.r t , nun wn.ii, uuiiuiuiesinu pieinems ; iuu must mci
t it. ' .. i i ..i iiiiiu i::ssi!fii i ;i i si mi ir n p
xAfslnrr Ihrt nflr MttfIi-a niNL aim fi IPV i IT " " r
..,i;L' irrt i.k I Gen. AY Infield Scott
'tt.wVn.c.i:ti.nri,lt Jr-v i i,;J, will pardon us for mentioning t
. : 0 . 1 .1.- t i and the buzzard in theisamc naiiaranh.) 1
-A arid Mile in fabricating the net in whQ,n ftcy.lorfda TOa.gn pf f 830 asj I
WiiSch,he!i;tani?MlMars and Venus, as thatheknewrnyof theiregulars ;
apfoof ofilli.-. rtfe antuty of tUi tool. I 1,1 that service, who were by nature, the j
' I I-iles alvvavJre, or shot Id be, madL most arnVfr?s',a V SPC ??s i
ke9; of superior quality, is there are ; U1U ui c uect oiiscipnne, mat nc
Pit . . - L -
But if -discipline be not! and crowded bf nisht with interested and
valor, it is certainly somethingybry nrar gratified spectators, who nave come hith-
lrequently achieves what; ; er irom all quarters, to view its treasures.
er couia;euect without. : as an experiment it
GbNERALS'GAINES AND SCOTT.
" ;The iresolutipn of inquiry which passed
the Ui'S. Senate" on Friday is as follows i:
TirsnU-rfl. Thnt ihn V
1 d ibjnforml the Scnate1vhethprany'pfli-.
cer 01 me ivrny, uuring tne:past or pres
ent year, has jcalled volunteer ,pr miiitia
intfci the sertice of the United States with
6utrlegal authority therefor ; and, if so,
what is the number of said force, how it
has been Organized, and whether ofiicers
of i the line or staff have been appointed
contrary to law; whether any and what
SCENE.'lX POXGUE.; .
1 .There are sometime rich Vetis r
in the IUU of tie Uouo cf llcj 1 - .
whicW the regular Ueporters sl.rir t. f
trajing. One of these, advrrtc.1 d !
lexandrfa Gazette, occurred last M '
toe but making certain "appropfut; ,
territory of Iowa was peDi!i;j."! . !
Grundy McConneU riot undor U t i
tio Columhidn Fountain! fsav t!..- t
'ii?13 to something stronger prrj -
amendojents, among wl i h was :. .
ting-$23,000 for the erection of a
Te0-?rat tho Falls of Niagara," a: i
11 wan the crcaluro c6mforti a
appropriating. $2,000,000 4 to !:
running gear (Felix U a Uct) t
foul legislation., Soma of tl.c r.
proposed bj him were.too indoct ! :
lion ; and,failing in hts effrt.; z ;
trad attention or to raio a hu
ouri, Mississinntjand Alabama, at the mo.
.v.ufc u.en. xayiors requisition was re
ceived at Newprleans, and who had of-
ganizea and .Jelt their respective states,
Were reCOni-rrrl nnrl rpiv1
-Thp frnv.Jw rr- : -i 1 raa attention or to rai?o a Uu,, (
1 he governor or Jlissoun was informed 1 u 0r thaUouM 1
by the secretariiof war that the President 1 1 - 1
hA MAm;,ljf Ll V - 1. . r . """ f.u ui uuau ana. :
.vvvqu.cu mc can inaue on uim iiy
vjen Raines iq ihe extent mentioned jn his
eter, f wit:the troops which may have
left thf? state of Missouri forN ew Orleans
the place of rendezvous, before the notice
of your order changing their destination :
and to the governors of Mississippi and
on the seat of his chair, Lis Lcxly r
air, and m this position went to i!ct
:ffi;ctive soldier thari of beautiful specimens of American sjkijl i tiQn to suchofiicers or troops so called into ident to the extent of the number furnished
, (we hope readers land progress in the various branches of, SCf) 7 -1 4l 4 . ami sent lotos. -
cntioning tic eagle ' manufacturing, mechanical, and scientific ! spjeed fnrther That the President be 1 Hearing that Gen. Gaines was still bu-
Treatment of the American 1
by Oic Mexicans: Capt. IIart!t t -taken
prisoner in the capture ( :
tonscompanystates.inaU itcr t
j in Savannah, that they were trr
iuc grcaiesi consiueraiion ar. I
Gen. Arista received the pr
most gracious manner, an 1 i
nnt irr hnn rror wtrvo vsrf1 . I
I . : 1- ,!! 1 1 : VU IJ Cti OllJ lt3 tUlllIIliLIIf 1. I'i 1 111,111
Ktw insirtuiifius in which a ucieci ni me ' t r : t , r;
ti ctal. issa Pomiletely destructive of uti- ? march up.to the cannon s mouth, al
itll Annxc,saw!orMinosta iyotherut- ouSh f.t' believe tha instant
life i.trumcnhough of interior mctalj: dcalh Mbctheirinevi able la e. The
tiliy be inaile tIo duty by related whet-1 on f this ts sufficiently obvidus-iti is
tiy hn'maqu to ito duty y rep
tirrg ; but for a bad file, as Holland o
fcfv&s,:tlcpc if ho remedy ho process Pf
rttprationi. ;ef. it.' he says, be too soft
4nd jhlmeiliatC'ly on application, the whotp
toothed surface of the file is crushed dowiU
anil ceascsjlo be of any use i6r its intend
rd purposc ; if top hard, on thle other hand
; the teeth, .is they come into tontact wit,U !
the Ixxly io be acted upon, ily oil' with eve
TJtrokc; the.jfilc? thencefrjrward becorn
'ing, if not quite I useless, certainly a coarse
j irregular rtibbcr.V;' The importance, there
fore, of a guarantee of excellent quantity
gvcs xi li.igli Value to files bearing the
lilarks'of manufacturers of es ablished rej-
lpdtatiotu jand lead unprinci phid trades
Hicnj to jinitatc: thcin. 'One of the- most
yamous of thc$c inarks,' 1 Iplkind observes,
-t 'a n? that granted many years ago by the
corporation ofhcflield to Daniel Brani
ijialj ;-niMnH-an illustration of its valife
- luav iu iJicuuuiirn i no iaet,jinai in iwo
by discipline, would prove unequal to the J to delight the
ndustrv. was well calculated to cmtifv - ri,,1!i".u.,i; V"c wun any , y iu orgmiiiug ami accepting me voiun- j " ' i T.:: ::
all heakswhich cherish the real indejjien- ( correspondence which may Imye taken teers, appointingundry statt othcers, em- 7" 1
denceof the countrv and its solid nrdsneri- C(T botwecP the Secretary of War and , ploying artizaiis,' &c the secretary wrote contrary, capt. .llardcc f n
tv EspeefaS i ar Ccncral Scott' of thft United Army, to him as follows : 'This, call,- (alluding Kane and myscl arc living. . ;
upori the subject of his taking the com- to a call on tile governoriof Kentucky by Ampudia .lodge in his hotel.
1 mand of the Army of OccupaUon on the ! Gen. Gaines.) " as you must bq aware, e are not on paro c, I
1 he fbrd-n wodd iri llt K plamebut ;onrs of Texas. And with a copy of i has been madp by you without the sane- I? w "
I moWS ' a?y Jitters written by Gen. Scott to Gen. tion of law, a4 similar calls appear to have PffX ro and wl,.n '
1 Wr of mnST Ilbaut ful nd rich 'Aay or by the direction or with the knowl- been made by you on other states, with- 1 " of ls icak exct V, ;
Sto Ktre i ec f Secretary of War. And that out authority irom the President, or this and thp General himsc f Jrr,
and atimirantc as-were me copntiess ppe- , n !Twci(,nn. k.o.i s ,i0n,r(m nnA ia . so that wc are admirably ch i
1 and luxuries of lifd-4mach as there iwas uut ?n:irc acincr any order was emi arrass lap government you arcjnerc-
cyc wc confess it was the ;T Ul""w " rresiucm or tne y uiructcu ucui.u..ub jour muepen-
ic rightful User obtained
f . j ' -j i !
.A Pptly I Face. Yes, your friend has
a pretty face, and that; is all you! can say.
Her skin is fair, her eyes brilliant, and her
lips arq like a crushed rose lea! ." Beau
tiful to loolc upon but what is h sr mind ?
Vanity lives in her bosom, and pride makes
her actions detestable. And hler form,
what is it? I
" Awkward, embarrassed,, slid, without, the skill
Of inoving gracefully or standing still ;
Cacjleg, as if suspicions of its brother,
De8lrous; seems to run away fromStothcr."
There are many such I who have nothing
but pretty faces to recommend them.-H
DeVoting much time and attention to look
well, they seldom study, and are itherefore
deficient in intellectual acquirements.
Jjesulos, they are lazy, and arc therefore
ri.VX)0n damnges against a liirmingham
;ille ;naUer fur haying struck itlfraudulcntly
articles infide hy huhselij
a verdict 0f ccint in intellectual acquirements.
fli jiriiL'irfj inrtiu; icy
X S " ocverai luddv inrrcnioiis mae.hincs
f Jinvo been Coihrjved for superseding the
Wdious operation (f file-cult cng by band,
r?Uit wo believe no file euttint engine has
bfcn.brotight successfully injo operation.
khc very serious dilliculty arises from the
eicumstancesthat if one part of the file
1) cither a little;; Softer than Lhc adjacent;
fjii.lrtsVor namhver. so a to present less
tistance to the b low of the hammer, a I
itchind .wouhl, owning to thq perfect uni
formity, oli its stroke, make. a deeper cut
there than elsewhere: 'whereas,' aspodirc
' ptscrves, la workman who has been cm
pjoyed in. the trade froin a hoy (antt none
olhrrs; it is fj.ild, can acquire the requisite
f can feci instantly when he arrivejs
-aany Vanation rri the quality or condi
1 lion ot tecl, and at once adap ;s the weight
f his- blow to it Holland, t ffcer describ-
irig one of i thq machines cont rived for this
purpose, observes, that the applicability
; it an apparatus to the toolhing ot cx- i
trcmcly line lacctrfilcs seem conceivable
jbfccausc Mn such the set or d
' the teeth U a ihattcr of much 1
fildhce than perfect equality
1 j tfius Intimating that a great
V; rises in the apparently attain
I Thc .dohblfi de.ld-ent files of
; he adds, exhibit such a bcautif
Who arise early to wash and i iron and
bake ? Their mothers. Who scrub the
fioor, mend the stockings, and wash the
dishes? Their mothers do all, while their
beautiful daughters are standing before
the gl&ss, adjusting1 their hair, and fixing
their dress. As wives,! what are they firood
for? A man better live single all his days
fort, which imparted tcj us the highest
pleasure. All that, however, will bp trea
ted of appropriately, and with due; dis
crimination, by pens; and in ! publications
devoted to the subject. AVe can only say
that the National Fair has been a source
of pleasure and instr uction to the thousands
who have visited it, and of .no little ad
vantage, wc belfeve, to our National! M c-
copy of that order,) and whether he has
rtot been daily engaged in the discharge
bf indispensable duties at Washington, un
der the direction and by the expressed
wishes of the Secretary of War, and how
he has been engaged ; whether Gen. Scott
has not tendered himself to the Depart
ment of War as ready and willing to take
' I t tn rhn Km l.rnnilA rr t r (n rn .1 T I linn t-nnrcn 1 1 tr. nnrrnnff niir f lir nnta,. n n1
essential to individual and domestic com- THY xvl" l"ia "va,,uul I . !V .v.a
me ivrmy, anu, 11 so, 10 communicate a ' views oi me iresiueni, sp iar as mey may
be communicated to you from this depart
ment. You Will , forthwith revoke any
calls you may have made on states for vol
unteers or malitia, beyond the number al
ready sent into Texas, or to Gen. Taylor
under these calls."
In a subsequent letter he was again
written to as follows: ' Ypur action in
calling for or;-recciving volunteers, inde
pendent ol the instructions ol this depart
ment, and beyond the requisitions of Gen.
Taylor, is wholly unauthorized and ille
gal; and you are again instructed not on
ly to stay all such proceedings, but to re
call any requisitions, you have made, and
act ho further upon the subject, without
special authority first had Irom this de
partment." "Since writing the a
bove, it is understood that stair appoint
ments, such jis paymasters, Iquartermas
ters, inspectors, &p., have been conferred
by you on citizens.; buch appointments
win not dc
sneci. i!iry one around r.s t
most endeavor to make our I i in -santly,
and if anything could n
get our; captivity it would le
and agreeable manners and ;:r:
pitahty of Gen. Ampudia.! lb-
erai Ansia nro Dom mcnoi i.:.
character." ; These facts are i
orablo to the Mexicans. I
tropolis j that we feel that our city is much w . .lf . J, 1 , r
indebted to the liberal ! contributors lo j War gainst Mexico, whenever the Presi-
whose public spirit we owe it ; and we j fhould "Vt h".sclrvic0-; an wethetr
him from his rank in the -army.
Resolved further, That the President be
tequested to furnish the Senate with co
pies of the correspondence between Gen.
Edmund P.-Gaines and the Government
from the 1st of June, 1815. to the present
time, on the subject of volunteers or mi
litia ordered to the frontiers of Texas.
trust that they will find In the success of
ineir experiment a sumcicnc lnuuccmeni
to repeat it periodically: or occasioijially.
hereafter. Nat. Intelligence?-. 1
AN ADMISSION. M
The Washington Union declares that the
Mexican war constitutes no reason for re
fusing to reduce the tariff, because there
is a surplus of twelve millions, and less :
than this sum is to do all the needlul in
regard to Mexico. Here is an admission
that the present tariff produces more reve
nue than is expected Irom the new; pro
than linite himself to a vatri, proud, arid ! position of the administration. We thought .
lazy young woman. He cannot live hap-) representations of tlio parti zanPressJ ; f
; The Washington Union has the follow
ing article in reference to Major General
Gaines and his proceedings at the South.
We publish it as indicating the views of
the National Executive on the subject :
that the ac
in regard to
arc altogether illegal, and
confirmed or recognized,"
Thus it will be perceived
tion of the var department
the extraordinary conduct of Gen. Gaines
was nromnt land decisive, and in no re-
1 - ... , limm vnnrnDnnfatmna nt Ilirt niMlMn I'roCSJ ' : .... i - .
jazy. young woman, lie cannot live nap- i- ; r ; The unauthorized extraordinary con- spect can the government here be charged
ny with her unless h6 has j a fortune for i cs wlucb sustain tree trade, mat tne ucm. uct of Gcilt Gaines, if wc may judge from i with, or made responsible for, the mischief
m-1 ; squanuer away. Uur advice is, XV V , - i V nccounts' which have reached us from va- i which may ensue.
iuuiv iu hju iicari. oiuuy vnc character
and not be carried away by a fair skin,: a
pretty: mouth, or a laughing eye. Port
Mexican Plan cf War. 1 1 I !
the 25th ultimo, furnishes its ire 1
system of warfare which is to bo r
Mexicans in opposing the Amori ;
is to bo emphatically a liul?, p.
harrassing war, (guerracn pcvct, .
crnment is abjurcdjo abandon all i
a pitched battle, campaign fht, 1
the troops to the guerilla war.
The Mexican army is to be t ;
ments of500 or C00 infantry a r. !
with which they are to intercept r
Amorican forces, cut ofl their cr ::
hang upon their flanks, pick .;T i
keep them, by unexpected attack--,
ual stato of alarm.' They are to
tunities of making a 6udJen?d 5
hospitals and magazines, lay v a;:
through which ! they aro to pa-,
manner wear mem out witnou en
opportunity of striking a single
iUU. " "r ' V . i 4 a 'T0 f Toos quarters, will produce much'Uisap-
agamst the tariff, being-its tendency to h , , mnnrr tua
I Mivvuiiinii (UllUIln 1. 1 . V. IJ-
I prohibit or decrease importations
DELICIOUS APPLE PUDDING. .
. , LtlU.ll l.lllZ.(Jli;3. Willi. .11 I
rni m t , rn roc I r ron n r ' . '
X ill ai.. ,..fev a M' I thnnn np thn r Vn.1 f . ,Ut
c ii iauuau, uu ut vu.u , - y havc organized and
triotic citizens, who; at his instigation, in
prepared to ioin
"7r,. . 1"vlJ'f" ,he army undbrthe command of Gen. Tay
causc the power ot discin ine is such that ' i , .. rJ , , .i , . . :,J
, , il a 1 in tor. vtieciteu as mis conduct was at the
- the people sustain a measure, regardless n;,-; .nA ., .,,
vuiiiv.il IJIIUU OtUl 11 111 111U1U 111U
It inconvenient, as it. may be made sev
"'"T" lJ"1"1" "ic um, 4"""- '"""' "Y'V " country m enormous expense, and throw
f 1 ! i ! ! a 1 : -i .11.. t 1 i frn- nn i nti 'ttt nvc : Siri iirn.hoi'o flirt I rr ! : . . ; ' '
nice amiiuon is wanieu uncxpepicuiy.-p y ruu1 . .7 . ; serious embarrassments in the way of car-
rying out the arrangements made by the
j government here. Alter the reproof admin-
Rcqusitiom for Volunteers. The- follow
ing tables will show the number of volun
teers which have been called! for from the
1 CI . . 1 ... 1 I I.1... . ...
! several states oy me rrcsiueru oi me i . iJOr,) will onlr usa Lis oxen in t..
states. Also tnosc Whicn arc micnucu lor you ask why tbif is, tho only ans ,
immcdiate service, aiid those simply to be ! U that the Spaniard never char ;
The Spaniards Agriculture
Adverting to agriculture, Gcn'l. '
"Tho plough in universal us) ii t!
thousand years agt neither ni"r
a wooden wedge, without a p.irti .!
tacked to it.: Tho hoo is a v.o '
an iron ppike in the end. Vh:.t
remarkable, tho only animal !
ii the ox : a planter, with twenty t
esiinu mules lor no means an t
.... ...:ii i.j . .' ,i
ciirolledand ito icu.it further orders.
Pare and chop fine halfa dozen or more, ! tnno mat me present tarm onngsinmore
. . ,, . . ; r , . i ; than is needed; and again, that it does not
ing apples grease a pudding dish, cover
the bottom and sides-an inch thick with
Vuluittccri called for To he enrolled if
i immediate terrice. trait Jut me ordt
. , - . , I,uiv.tlllllblltlici(;. illltl lllUlCIMUUIilUllllll'
j yield so much as a revenue system ought , istcred(ohim last summcr forhis assump.
LJ XXXJ j iillU 1IUIU: LlAV'iJW vuiiuvw v v
? lc tionofthepowerofcallingforStatetroops;
mvoked to repeal after bcin ' nformcdf as hc then was? tlat
members of Congress are
: . j.li i i hi ! r , T-v i .1 : 41 .
j,. b'"w u,,u r . lien. 1 av or was anlrrnriypi hv thn l'resi- : Aiatx
irCCllOn Ol h .i ; i' r noh n pnnnmmitmn tl nnl ition I wisi mm : . . '. , r:..ri..
M.a ii i ! ouuep; men spui a layer pi appies wun " "r" ' ' . " " r ; dent to call Irom the States ot Texas. Ala-
of sdrfie- sugar; and nutmeg, and repeat the layers ! . 1,1,0 ' viT4- T . T - oama, Louisiana, .Mississippi, Tennessee Kentucky.
dhTicliltv 4' if until the dish is leaped full Before add- 1 ing t0 P111 representations, arc so and and Kentucky, any auxiliary force he might ' Miouri .
Uilticfilt a- p unui ne uisn is neapeu mil. lsetore add- and th agam;thcy are neither so nor , necessirv - after-it was exnlichlv
klj&pomt.-r ing -the last layer, which must be as bread 1 so-and for these sanicnt reasons the ta- "f0,? " 65 .C X Ohio . . .
hn li-onM,1' nrt K iftnr nni.ntwil.A o tr..U I rr . , . tV . .1 . i . !miCU tO UUH limi U1C gO CrillllCIU UlU HOI rntliann. .
V 1. II lllVllt I 1 I I 11 k 1 LI I. I. l-i I a LI 1 J . . I klllj t 11V1 ( k. I 1,- I I I I ' Milt ft--k W - fn I 1 L I I I I 11 () I ...
Ptumform- ful btfcoM.tcr. Put it into the oven is ' "Tu'X 'XXT ffi i conccvo t,iat lle cou bo threalter W 31
own iyvu V.11V....1., . 5-ncroSlon tn snnr into was state troons -ainc .
jtyof tlelihcation when examined with a soon as the dinner is served, and- bake it
.'magnifier, that fio'l doubt seeins to be cii- j for twenty-five or thirty minutes. It may '
icriaincd, oyj many persons converse
l u'ith the- art, 6r their being cut hymachir
rsailt ! be balked the day before it is wanted:
ine- when it must be heated thoroughly, turh-
lmrfcrativc : 1 he Baltimore Convention so
the party is bound to obey. hQ. in h told i-;
II itpiuton Commercial. ;jhat Taylors command was entirely Connccict . .
. qrptsomc; sort. I.ut aUhough the French Cd into a shallow dish, and sprinkled with
- ?y ccessuu in Hie protti etion; ol tns.j powdered sugar. It requires no sauce.
: c!?!TOv. t1??' cult ing. tjlioy are ndt j American Agriculturist.
vtiuanyoiUj inc execution of the rougher
rort.aiid?(oiisentiently EuilWh files arb
10 high TCpumlion in Paris, v hither large
f uantitcsare rej:ulirly transmitted.' The
Writer inenttons a; IVench juanufacturdr !
' of watch nialjersf files, some tf which, cut!
jifix thb comnion manner, but with exquisite
fncatnes'by hi daughters, w-rc rcgardeil ;
iKsusncion !jy many, simrly from the;
bpiutpn tliat Ihey must be machine cut. I
I- in...!.Jjil' 1" r .i i-H , .
n il 4T"""g U'e war oi me f renen rcvolit-
ayiors command was entirely
t iC liiin tlnf nplnrc n n1 in.
L KJ k 111111 , 111 til. UilH I O U"l ..." XT .X' I
iui i islL; uuiiij l,a structionsior that generals conduct would New Jtr y .
These laws, so far as it depends on the House emanate Irom the government here, and iVmyKn.iia.
of Commons, are reipealedJ; 1 Their Add in the ! that he(Gcn. Gaines) was directed to abstain ' '
House of Lords is yet uncertain. The great ''from all inter feaence with him it was not ; Virginia . '. '.
question with us is,.:h(w shHH wc be affected i anticipated' that hc would break out into .N. Carolina .
by this measure" ? The ansKver to this questions !n wild course of independent action, alike ? Carolina. .
ijouisinna. . .
2X1 1 i
uiuepMiuuiiL vi il nil , iii.lL uiuria aim m-
&' .Cl , .,, ' is given by the New York Herald, a free trade. 1 unauthorized by instructions or by law ; but VT.
i- 1 !,o r ! iKlI)er wmcn sa.vs : 1 110 immense quantity or - gUch, unlortnnatcly,
t. ' i . ,..7! i"; r..w ...... .v,.-
i'i.ai1!i.a,WllM to an artidle published
411 the linnnsiiiW. ..r c ' o, .
"'Li T:l-. . " ivi ta mr iota, trans-
nm from the ,rrstcr of thd French Ly-
n 'CCUni. it Woukl. aimrnr tl.nf
jKaoul succeeded in producing files;so haril
'4nnat Vicy! wotihl cut pr abraklc the beffl
; English lllcsi which", in a sorts of nublie
cjcpcrirncntsj 'crc brought into competition-
with tlicm." Penny Pnhjelonadm
lavch in the New School PrcubL
foiuri AsscniblyiAt will lie secnlthat the
Ncav Schooji Assembly have r ursucd a djf
irnnt courso from thatadoptodinthooth-
Idcnining Blaycry Jii the abstract, but rc-
iwnyng irpm ; makmg.lt a st bject of cc
tlcsiastical jurisdiction. Tht j Old School
Assembly! simply declined to take any ac-
W on the ,stibj(?ct. Wc ari pleased to
Ir "iiatV?P1 next session of this assembly
hcjd nilhis city. Rilrh, Tim.
Dreadful Affair. The steamer Queen
City, hence for Cincinnati, while lying at
Natchez, on Wednesday morning, between
1 and M o clock, burst her steam
ing 7 persons and badly scalding 38, live j f:tl.P;(r flour and "rain locked m in bond in the
ol whom have since died. The others principal ports of the United Kingdom,! ready
were sent to the Hospital. Most of them t to be fureed hpovxthe market the moment the
were German emigrants. Tropic. existing restrictions arc rejmpved, will undouht-
; ! cdly produce a denressionSmj prices, but whe-
UT It is said that Henry Clay, Jr., is ther that depression will be temporary or per-,
1 has been the case. , Florida . .
and many thousand patriotic volunteers . iwa .
have left their homes on his unauthorized u,sconsin
ihvitation, prepared to espouse the cause j Tot-al,
pf their country in this war against Mexi
co. Though the government here deeply rinth'mrr nf W.untccr,
t 1 1
' 7 1
s. Mr. Denton,
nor anything else, but his corr.
passion for change that cxi t i
with him is concentrated in p ,!.;
t ' m 11 1 " I -
Mexican Towns. Mexican
diminished very much in imp .
exploration. By the folio wi:.
seem that their -architecture i
suosianuai ncaring some
with the famous, wall which yi
sighs and tears of Pyrarnas r.:
The Burrita, diminutive of I!
therefore little ass, and i.ot V,
the letter writers call it iia r.
j consisting of less than a dcz u
of reeds plastered with mt;J. ;
I to Antonio Salinas, the ci:a! ...
' forn'-man. ;
! Matamoros contains pr-Vhn;
habitants. Three-fourths Jol t
are made of reeds platen d
and of ndnhps. fnnhtirnrd brie!.
maining fourth of soft brie!c. I
lipi-n tlinrn !u ft linncn in'llu' ?
blc of resisting a four-pomi I
is not a stone in the town.?r.or (
found within fifty miles ofit.
A poulterer in Liverpool, ab
late advices, has been earn, sr.:
which rivals in ingenuity scrn
Yankee notions. ! lie was c
raising a company of mounted men in mancnt it is impossible to telj ; but our impres
Louisville, Kentucky, for lexas.
lament the disappointment which these rrnm .u Coaw'iltcc on Military Affairs, j rovrr;ni; common fowls with -
. . I I l .l iL.i . . H'tl !.... .1 . f .J 1 J . tf ,
sion is that it will bo permanent, and that hnv- 1 gallant men win leei wnen uiey earn mat . has introduca iiu inio me oenaio pro- featherS and selling them ns
From the Southern Christian Advocate.
Oli Jesus, lot thy graciotia eye
Bo tumJ on me to-i!nv,
Anil may l f. ol thy presence nigh,
Whene'er I praise or pray.
Drive far away vain thoughts, my Lord,
Unholy teuiers sjlay ;
And let me ponder ipn thy word
Throughout this holy day.
For, hast thou not in love to me,
ix days in stfverj given,
When I may earthly pood procure
,' Hut give this one to heaven.
Then mnylits hallowed hours be thine ; !
; - No trilling thoughts intruile ; !
l.ut holy songs attune my mind
To higher, nobler good.
So wUen my fleeting' journey's trod,
Anil sin nnd death o'ercome, .
,01i may 1 say, through Christ, my God;
f TW victory is won. ,
Tlien lean upon my Saviour's breast,
" oreainc my We away.
er prices for breadkutls will rule in the corn j ?
markets ot C rent Juitain than has been real
ized for years, if npt lower than ever experi
they cannot be received into the public ! vidino- for he appointment of two Major
service, the result cannot be prevented. j Qcneral5 and .three Hngadjcr uenerais in
l It, is proper to add that as soon as infor- i od(iiiit;ri to the present Military cstablish-
enced." Where, then, is the market tor Ame- mation reached Washington that ben. mpn. In addition to other provisions, me
rican bread-stuifs, pf which so much has been ! Gaines wTas exercising the power to call has the following, which is important
said If wc connot afford to send wheat and ; for troops other than those embraced in the to volunteers r
flohr to (-Jreat UriUun now, how can it be dono j requisition of Gen. Taylor, he was direct-
when the prices shall be still lower than here- cd to countermand his proceedings. V
4 ; From the Ra!d'-h Kr , r
Tu tke rrenident of tke yrlh CJrvUi.-i
a nee Society, 1
Hon-orep Hit, In behalf of lk T "
matiftn in this section, and tlx" We.-'f r i ;
low;ance for c oth ng to each generally , I would mss. (hu-...,.,
lUWAUCb luiuiwuit r, holding our oextannuatCotivent.on
ssidned musician and prtaie trv.My t. (jn.jw or. o
tofore ? And yet this is the great boon held named the governors upon whom hc had 0r volunteers 'shall be three dollars and thV. places, or even atSalem. zl it- '
j out to the American wheat-grower, to induce ; ,jnadc his cans to each of whom thc fob fifty cents pert month, during the time he j mfat"u"r
h,m to consent to the destruction of a; System . ,cr was addrccd, kind a copy bc in c icrvicc Gf the United States; 'i.j.n ' r
! which gives him a steady and remunerating :.. . , . ) . nt i s nnlmn. 1 u fe " "v? T.:h- ... u-i'.nin,.-,., . ,
i .l.lll. I I I 1 I l.f I 1 . III I II II I III. I jmm W mm -w m - t U ft V mmmm- - , d
I i e
l'ass calmly to the promis'd rest,
: AiKiullcSc isuLbath day. .
home market for his surplus inrpducts !
1 i i
C a v a lk y .-L n e fib r t is now being made to
May . 18,
! receive, clothing toi tnai amuum nm
: : . . .
Each corps is also to De anowcu an au-
-ftiR ir. inin"' unucrMuw -m" ... . . t ...
v tu -'A F , i ditional lireveit licuiuuaiit
raise a Cavalry Comnanv n this county. We j yenerai vaainesiia&maui,-
notice at thc head of the list the names of Ge
Thomas G. Polk; and Capt. James Selby
Vow ArJ it really seemi 10 rn. I
should te particularly dirccte. to Ct-
for here f have an atrfmVf i '
to combat, that y.a iri th flat
allude to dirtMing. In tlwse L - ci : .
nr Mjtnn iran be rai I . t .
h were b. , ...
rwiT J i 1. '
I : ii t 1 . In rpnnA'iviiis rt : j
n. ceiiency lor volume The Washington' Union -y. that Gen. Taylor had.ac- , A.-arke. .icle- of Li
Y. tort jesup. l.ouisiu.' ' -j-- : tn.ui.
Those who wisK to attach themselves to a moun- ! you that this was donp without tho au-, t
1 cording to the last accounts, atwut oxjuu troop uuuri u Kmcc ,he Kcroiuiionarj -
. hn 'm mw mn-.-.
ru jst ions
ii.,n. ... nn.i iiinusanus n vo:uiiicci t.v . uHijcuiim.
should lose no time in enrolling 1 tjiority of the IVesioeni, aim mai me ge -fa cam i ijtf will EoonU in advance into ; es as turmmg '--r
s.llollv Sprincs " i eral has this day been instructed to revoKe ' . an j we not. be surprised to . miF- , ; ;
' . i ! ! I: 1 1 I f ' the same. ;You are .requested to take no; Jltafof Lu rehuia Mubterey, about ;i30 m.M frm ; . - . ; v.
i is the great fomcnter of all cor- measures tocomply with hat can.;;- : Mtamru, ; - JJ 7 ! W I
.the human hearthair. M . t J Those whpin he had called irPin wiw- - 7 ,VV T V M ;' ! - ... ; ' t
I , r : ! . !: Il . " ' i "C:-- ': A' ; : : f
4 - 1 k Uwfrik -; ' i -r' ? Tl ' : i : : .1